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These companies are setting the standard for responsible consumption

Eco-conscious consumers may want to practice portion control before chowing down on that cheeseburger. Recent studies about the environmental impact of agricultural industries like meat and dairy have produced worrying statistics. Widely cited research suggests that red meat products are responsible for as much as 40 times the amount of greenhouse gas emissions compared to vegetables and grains.
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